2015-2016 COURSES

New Courses in the Spring

  1. REGN U6432: Equality and Inequality in Current Latin America
  2. REGN U6435: Mexican History, 20th Century

2015 Fall Semester

Fall 2015 Courses – Graduate Level (Last Updated on July 30, 2015)

Fall 2015 Courses – Undergraduate Level (Last Updated on July 13, 2015)

2016 Spring Semester

Spring 2016 Courses – Graduate Level (Last Updated on January 14, 2016)

Spring 2016 Courses – Undergraduate Level (Last Updated on January 14, 2016)

 NYU Consortium Courses

Through the New York City Consortium for Latin American Studies (NYC-CLAS), MA students from New York University (NYU) and Columbia University (CU) are allowed to take pre-approved courses each semester.  Please download the CU-NYU Cross Registration Form and follow the procedure to take the courses at NYU.

These are the courses approved for Spring 2016:

  1. Haitian Kreylol in Context (4 points)
  2. Beginning Quechua I or Beginning Quechua II (4 points(
  3. Political Imagination across Latin America and Caribbean (4 points)
  4. Revolutions, Power, and Reportage (4 points)
  5. Human Rights in Latin America (4 points)
  6. Government & Politics of Latin America (4 points)

To view/print a detailed list of approved courses, please click the 2016 Spring Consortium Courses

These are the courses approved for Fall 2015:

  1. Latin America’s 1968 (4 points)
  2. Democracy, Culture, and Powers in Latin American Education (4 points)
  3. Comparative Racisms in the Americas (4 points)
  4. The Colombian Conflict (4 points)
  5. Haitian Kreyol in Context (4 points)
  6. Beginning Quechua I or Intermediate Quechua I (4 points)



Past courses

Spring 2015

Fall 2014

Spring 2014

Fall 2013

Spring 2013


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